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#### Polynomial Functions

This lesson is all about polynomial functions, graphs, and parabolas! It even comes with quite a few follow along worksheets. Get your class graphing polynomial functions with a degree higher than two, identifying the function...

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#### The Remainder Theorem Using TI-Nspire CAS

Investigate the Remainder Theorem in this algebra lesson. Explore the relationship between the remainders of polynomial division and the function. Each of the four problems gets progressively more complicated. This might be a great...

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#### Polynomial and Rational Functions

This lesson looks at rational polynomial functions and their graphs. These activities will look into the function's zeros, and horizontal and vertical asymptotes. It contains a number of interesting critical thinking questions that take...

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#### Polynomial Division

Explore the concept of polynomial division and make conjectures about the Remainder and Factor Theorems in this investigative worksheet. Learners use a CAS calculator to factor polynomials through polynomial division.

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#### Graphing Polynomials of Higher Degree

Using Wolframalpha graphing capabilites, algebra learners graph polynomials with degrees of three and larger. They identify the roots and graph each polynomial, predict zeros and shapes of graphs, and validate their understanding through...

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#### Polynomial Functions

This comprehensive lesson looks at higher-degree polynomials. The important topics covered include the Remainder Theorem, the Factor Theorem, and synthetic division. Included is a clearly written tutorial, problem sets, summary, and...

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#### Watch Your P's and Q's

Using your graphing calculator, find all the rational zeroes of a polynomials by using the Rational Zero Theorem. Divide polynomials using the Remainder Theorem and the Factor Theorem and then graph it to find the number of real roots.

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#### Polynomials and Linear Factors

This algebra worksheet reviews writing polynomials in standard form from factored form, looks at the graphs of polynomials of degree higher than two, and identifies the zeros of polynomials using the Factor Theorem and Fundamental...

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#### Polynomial Functions

Explore finding zeros of polynomial functions in a number of ways including using synthetic division, depressed polynomials, factoring, the Factor Theorem. and the Rational Roots Theorem. This lesson also looks at complex conjugates as...

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#### Graphing Functions Worksheets

Get out the graph paper; it's time to graph functions! Upper graders solve and graph 10 different problems that include graphing polynomial functions, finding the bounds for x and y that display the basic characteristic of the graph of...

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#### Solving Various Algebraic Equations for Real and Imaginary Roots

In this solving equations worksheet, young scholars solve forty-four algebraic equations for real and imaginary solutions. Types of equations include higher degress polynomials, rational equationals, radical equations, and square roots...

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#### The Remainder and Factor Theorems

In this remainder and factor theorems worksheet, one solves and completes 24 different types of problems. First, they use synthetic substitution to find the value for each function. Then, students find the remaining factors of the...

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#### Roots of Polynomial Functions

Here is a unit test on finding factors and zeros of higher-degree polynomials that could be used as a review or practice test. The Remainder Theorem, Rational Zero Theorem, and Factor Theorem are put into use. While this four-page...